Counting - Numbers Before and After

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9 pages
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Description

Let your students have fun while learning about numbers before and after a given number. This number sense math center is so easy to prepare – there's no cutting involved.

Laminate if you wish or simply place in a page protector. All you need is a pencil and paper clip to make a spinner and some game markers.

To play, players travel around the game board and read the number they land on. You have a choice of three recording sheets.

• Sheet 1 requires players to write the numbers before and after the number they landed on
• Sheet 2 requires players to write the two numbers after the number they landed on.
• Sheet 3 requires players to write the two numbers before the number they landed on.

Product features:

♦ Print in full color, limited color or black ink only

♦ Illustrated rules page

♦ 3 recording sheets

♦ Consistent game design among all ‘Animal Antics’ centers to encourage independence.

This center can be found in the growing bundle of Math Center Games for First Grade.

"My children love these games! They are easy to prepare, and they are all played the same way, so no explanation is required. I appreciate that they are aligned with our TEKs." Cynthia K.

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones - called a “ten.”
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases: